- Wiltshire fruit farmers grow new sub-tropical fruit with help from Haxnicks Bell cloches
- Help support your local wildlife by taking part in the People’s Trust for Endangered Species ‘Living with Mammals’ survey
- Glorious Tulip Festival at Arundel Castle
- Kitchen Garden is hiring
- History comes alive at the Chelsea Physic Garden
- Green-fingered Hospitality Action supporters can tour the organic gardens at Highgrove
- First World War centenary at Chelsea Physic Garden
- Enter The Big Allotment Challenge!
- The best gardens to visit this spring
- New gardening event for the South West
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 9th May 2014
This is the 200th edition of Kitchen Garden magazine since our launch back in October 1997 and to celebrate we have three bumper packs of top quality garden tools from leading tool manufacturer Fiskars, to win.
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 2nd May 2014
A favourite of gardeners for over 50 years, Phostrogen is an effective and easy to use all-purpose plant food. It has the perfect balance of nutrients for promoting healthy green foliage as well as abundant flowers and fruit. Bayer Garden has teamed up with Kitchen Garden to offer 50 lucky readers the chance to win a box of this fantastic product.
24 February 2014
March sees the start of the growing year for many gardeners in the South. In the North the soil may still be a little too cold and wet for sowing, but by the end of the month in most areas it is worth trying some sowings outside since conditions will be improving fast.
24 February 2014
Although they’re a winter crop, leeks have a delicacy of flavour that suggests spring, especially when paired with purple sprouting – definitely a harbinger of a new season. Serve this for supper and you can almost believe that spring will happen.
Other Feature Articles
10 March 2014
Fed up with digging or simply finding it hard work? No-dig expert and regular contributor to Kitchen garden, Charles Dowding has the answers. Watch as he turns an uncultivated plot of land into an abundant garden using the no-dig approach – and all within a few months!
12 February 2014The timing of this blog was inspired by a very special little girl. This delightful little thing was sitting in her high chair with a small tomato in each hand biting into them alternately and really savouring the flavour. Interestingly, neither of her parents likes tomatoes so it is nice to see them letting her try things for herself. I’m guessing her mum might be growing some cherry tomatoes this year!
15 November 2013It’s a great time for planting fruit trees, if the ground’s not frozen or too wet, so that is what I intend to do.
12 March 2014
A series of talks from horticulture experts will top the bill at the British Red Cross annual fundraiser, the Great Spring Gardening Event on Wednesday, April 30.
Current Issue: May 2014
Incorporating Grow it! magazine
♦ 200th edition: win prizes worth over £2000
♦ Pippa Green: success with salads
♦ Quick & easy courgettes
♦ Expert advice: double your harvests
♦ Tasty crops for pots
♦ Anne Swithinbank's top 10 cut flowers
♦ Sweet potatoes with Bob Flowerdew
♦ Make a herb table
• Next issue on sale: May 1, 2014